Albert Moran

Albert Moran is professor in screen studies in the School of Humanities at Griffith University.

Albert Moran reviews 'Four Corners: Twenty-five years' by Robert Pullan

February–March 1987, no. 88 01 February 1987
Albert Moran reviews 'Four Corners: Twenty-five years' by Robert Pullan
When Four Corners began on ABC television in 1961 there was little to break what Humphrey McQueen, following Manning Clark, has called the ‘Great Australian Silence’. True, the Sydney fortnightly magazine Nation had started in 1958; but there was little else to offer a toughminded or oppositional outlook on the orthodoxies and consensus that was Australia. So Four Corners was badly needed. In ... (read more)